Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!
We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations around Oxford.
New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!
Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.
What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!
The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.
Refund Policy: 5 days notice required for a full refund. Re-scheduling requires 2 days notice. In the case of bad weather (heavy rain) the class may be cancelled and you'll be given the option of rescheduling or a refund. If you need to reschedule or refund your booking, then please contact the office using the form here. Your instructor is NOT able to refund or reschedule your booking for you
£18pp 9 places left - requires 4 bookings to proceed
Sunday the 4th of July 2021
Beginners Photography Class - Radcliffe Camera - 11am - 3 hours
Come and enjoy a walk about session around Oxford where you will start to learn about what all those different dials, letters and numbers mean on your camera! By the end of the session, youíll be equipped with the knowledge to go away and create that photo youíve been hoping to get and troubleshoot if something isnít quite right!
Sunset Photography Meetup - South Park - 7.30pm - 2 hours
Sunset photography is a bit of a funny one really. Itís harder than it looks, but is often one of the first things that beginners like to try. More often than not though, the exposure needs work, and the post processing needs additional work.